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10 Tensile strength resistance after exposure to 30 maximum strength loss on minimum. micro organisms under ISO 13934 1 and ISO required value and 50 maximum strength. 13935 1 after completing BS 6085 soil burial loss on original value of the same product. For plain canvas test 5 test pieces in warp, Apply on 10 test pieces of plain canvas and 5 direction 5 test pieces in weft. test pieces with seams On seams the test is applied to 50mm width on. the sample as described in ISO 13935 1 page, 11 Efficiency of water repellent treatments 30hPa minimum increasing speed at 100mm. after soaking in water per minute,Same test as point 7 on samples soaked in. water under ISO7771 without wetting agent, 12 Efficiency of fungicides product after 10 maximum additional loss as compared to. soaking in water the results from point 10,Same test as point 10 on samples soaked in.
water under ISO7771 without wetting agent, 13 Tensile strength after exposure to UV and 30 maximum strength loss on minimum. moisturizing climatic simulation required value and 50 maximum strength. Exposure in a climatic chamber under ISO loss on original value of the same product. 4892 2 type A 360 hours followed by tensile Number of test pieces 3 test pieces in warp. test under ISO13934 1 direction and 3 test pieces in weft. 1 2 Specifications for the inner tent canvas Frame Tent. Type and norms Required minimum values, 1 Composition ISO 1833 Polyester and cotton blended fibres yarns. cotton 40 10 polyester 60 10,i e 50 to 70 polyester with balance in cotton. or cotton 100, 2 Specific weight g m ISO 3801 130 g m 10 in finished state. 3 Colour Dyed sand or cream colour, 4 Water vapour permeability ISO 17229 M inimum 2000g m 24h.
5 Tensile strength N ISO 13934 1 Warp and weft 300N minimum. 6 Tear resistance started N ISO 9073 4 Warp and weft 20N minimum. 7 Tensile strength resistance after exposure to 30 maximum strength loss on minimum. micro organisms under ISO 13934 1 after BS required value and 50 maximum strength loss. 6085 soil burial 14 days on original value of the same product. Apply on 10 test pieces of plain canvas 5 test pieces in warp direction 5 test pieces in. ICRC IFRC FRAME TENT SPECIFICATION 25 09 2012 2, 1 3 Specifications for mud flap PE fabric and the tent packing Frame Tent. Specifications for standard IFRC ICRC plastic sheeting can also apply In this case the original. lab report from the PE factory will be accepted if still valid. Type and norms Required minimum values, 1 Composition Woven high density polyethylene black fibres. fabric laminated on both sides with low density,polyethylene coating. 2 Specific weight g m2 ISO 3801 180gr m 5,3 Tensile strength N Warp and weft 650N minimum. Apply ISO 13934 1on 10 test pieces of plain Elongation 15 to 25 For plain PE fabric. PE fabric test 5 test pieces in warp direction 5 test. Apply ISO 13935 1 on 5 test pieces with pieces in weft. seams cut from the tent perpendicular to the On seams the test is applied to 50mm width on. seam at the junction of PE and canvas the sample as described in ISO 13935 1 page. 4 Tear resistance N ISO 4674 1 method B Warp 100N minimum weft 100N minimum. 5 Resistance to micro organisms Insensitive to micro organisms Not to be. 6 UV resistance as percentage of tensile 30 maximum strength loss on minimum. strength loss under ISO 1421 after 1500 hours required value and 50 maximum strength. UV under ASTM G53 94 UVB 313nm peak loss on original value of the same product. 5 test pieces in weft direction 5 test pieces in,7 Colour White if made with IFRC ICRC standard.
plastic sheeting or any other colour except,military green green brown or various kaki. 1 4 Specifications for the groundsheet PE fabric AWT Frame Tent. Specifications of standard IFRC ICRC plastic sheeting can also apply In this case the original lab. report from the PE factory will be accepted if still valid. The same type of PE as per the one used for the mud flaps can be used for the ground sheet In. this case the criteria below do not apply,ICRC IFRC FRAME TENT SPECIFICATION 25 09 2012 3. Type and norms Required minimum values, 1 Composition Woven polyethylene fabric coated on both. sides with low density polyethylene,2 Specific weight g m2 ISO 3801 180gr m 5. 3 Tensile strength N ISO 1421 Warp 300N minimum weft 300N minimum. 4 Tear resistance N ISO 4674 1 method B Warp 60N minimum weft 60N minimum. 5 Resistance to micro organisms Insensitive to micro organisms Not to be. 6 UV resistance as percentage of tensile 30 maximum strength loss on minimum. strength loss under ISO 1421 after 300 hours required value and 50 maximum strength. UV under ASTM G53 94 UVB 313nm peak loss on original value of the same product. 5 test pieces in weft direction 5 test pieces in,7 Colour White if made with IFRC ICRC standard.
plastic sheeting or any other colour except,military green green brown and various kaki. 1 5 Specifications for the mosquito net inner tent doors and windows Frame Tent. Type and norms Required minimum values, 1 M aterial ISO 1833 colour Polyester 100 or PE 100 white. 2 Fabrication ISO 8388 Warp knitted,3 Denier 75 100 for the polyester. 100 to 150 for the PE, 4 Filament M ulti filament 36 or higher for the polyester. M onofilament for the PE,5 M esh size 25 holes cm 156 holes inch.
6 Weight ISO 3801 M inimum 40 g m for polyester,M inimum 47 g m for PE. 7 Shrinkage ISO 5077 5 maximum, 8 Bursting strength ISO 13938 250 kPa minimum for polyester. 320 kPa minimum for PE, 9 Bursting strength after exposure to UV and 30 maximum strength loss on minimum. required value and 50 maximum strength,ICRC IFRC FRAME TENT SPECIFICATION 25 09 2012 4. moisturizing climatic simulation loss on original value of the same product. Exposure in a climatic chamber under ISO Number of test pieces 3 test pieces. 4892 2 type A 180 hours followed by,bursting test under ISO 13938.
1 6 Specifications for the outer tent guy points Frame Tent. Type and norms Required minimum values, 1 M aterial composition Polyethylene polypropylene or. polyester ropes Polyester straps,steel rings elastic device. 2 Tensile strength N ISO 13934 on the samples with a 3000N minimum for the 6 side. complete guy point ensemble including all of the guy points 3 test pieces. reinforcement pieces 3000N minimum for the rear wall. Refer to note below guy point 1 test piece,1400N minimum for 2 other guy. points 1 test piece,Elongation of the elastic device. under 1000N 50mm minimum,100mm maximum, 3 UV resistance in percentage of tensile strength loss after 30 maximum strength loss on.
exposure in a climatic chamber under ISO 4892 2 type A minimum required value and. 360hours 50 maximum strength loss on,original value of the same product. 1 test piece at 1400N 1 test piece,4 Colour Black ropes and straps. galvanized steel,Notes for point n 2,Sample size width 300mm x length 500mm. Samples to be cut at the centre guy line for the 6 side points 500mm length sample. Sample to be cut at the ridge back end for the back wall guy point 500mm length sample. Sample to be cut on the top corner of the outer doors for the 2 other points. Samples to be folded in order to fit in the traction apparatus so that the entire width of the canvas. is submitted to the traction when clamped in the jaw of the apparatus Samples must include a. canvas section from the tent roof canvas reinforcements strap ring elastic device buckle. runner and a significant part of the guy rope the ring and the runner do not need to be included in. the UV test, Traction must be applied between the tent s roof canvas and the guy rope. 1 7 Specifications for hammer Frame Tent, Type Sledge hammer 1kg head with 30cm wooden handle.
ICRC IFRC FRAME TENT SPECIFICATION 25 09 2012 5, In accordance with ISO 15601 and the specification listed below. Handle No chips rough surfaces holes or knots Smooth surface Strong dry flexible. wood Handle adjusted to head in order to protrude on other side of the head and. be blocked with a metal wedge or have a conical shape like a hoe. M oisture minimum 10 and maximum 15 under ISO 3130. Pull apart test Clamp head in a vice jaw after two series of 25 vigorous blows from varying. delivery angles Apply traction of 500N while trying to pull out the handle there. should be no damage to the hammer s head or handle and the handle. should remain firmly attached to the head, Specifications part 2 General points for the finished product. Performances, The final product must be able to withstand 75km h wind to be strongly attached to the. ground and tensioned without any damages, When closed the tent must give a good protection against dust wind rain snow insects and. small crawling fauna, M inimum roof load to be 300N m under ISO8937 snow load for camping tent In.
combination with additional central 31 mm support pole included in optional winter package. The recommended final packed tent weight is 76kg,Seams and stitching. All seams subject to possible tension are double lock stitched and water proofed Stitching. produce strong long lasting neat and professional looking seams. The stitch count as well as UV and rot proof sewing threads are appropriate and adapted to. each fabric It allows for strong waterproof seams with at least the same life span as the tent. The seams are always oriented in order to let the rain runs freely to avoid retaining water. lines or water pockets, Wherever possible the colour of the sewing thread is adapted to the fabric colour. Ropes webbing bands toggles loops reinforcement nettings and all other accessories. All ropes and webbing bands are heat cut All ropes are knotted to the tent from the factory. All above mentioned items are rotproof and UVproof at least as much as the tent canvas. which they are sewn to No webbing or rope is sewn through a stitch going from outside the. tent to inside the tent to avoid water penetration by capillarity or are made of waterproof. materials Laces or loops can also be made of the same canvas as the tent roof wall for the. outer tent loops and of the same canvas they are sewn to for the inner tent loops. Zip fasteners, All the zip fasteners conform to a resistance of 700N lateral traction under ISO5912. All metal eyelets are rustproof and correctly placed reinforced with a fabric patch and of a. minimum 10mm inner diameter,Metal rings,ICRC IFRC FRAME TENT SPECIFICATION 25 09 2012 6. All metal rings are rustproof galvanized and closed by welding. Dimensional tolerance, Unless otherwise specified a tolerance of maximum 3 is accepted on all dimensions.
Long storage, The tent is treated and packed in such a way that the tent can be stored up to minimum 5 years. in proper storage conditions without any damage or performance reduction Store elevated. from the ground on pallets and pallet racks in a dry clean and ventilated warehouse. The tent must be manufactured and packed in clean and appropriate conditions to avoid. contamination from soil dust and other contaminants. We recommend using metal frame pallets These pallets avoid multiple manual handling of. the bags easy and fast on and off loading of containers trucks etc Assures ventilation. between the tents while stored,Specifications part 3 Make up Outer tent. ICRC IFRC FRAME TENT SPECIFICATION 25 09 2012 7,3 1 General Description of Outer tent. The outer tent is made of several cloth sections that form the general shape of the tent The. seams are running from the ridge down to the roof edges perpendicular to the ridge line. The outer tent is supported by a metal frame with 2 up standing poles to support the ridge of. the frame 3 guy ropes on each side 2 guy ropes at front end and 1 guy rope at the back The. attachment points of each guy rope are reinforced,3 2 Dimensions erecting system. Centre height 2 4m,Width 4 15m,Ridge length 4m,Side wall height 1 50m.
Door height 1 6m,Centre base length 5 2 m,The outer tent is placed on the frame and. maintained in position to the frame by using,strings Velcro straps and webbing bands. with hooks 3 8,3 3 Reinforcements, The 9 roof guying points are made of 50mm wide polyester straps sewn to the fabric in. extension of the roof On the 9 guying points an additional layer of PVC coated canvas is. added on the inside,ICRC IFRC FRAME TENT SPECIFICATION 25 09 2012 8. The entire length of the ridge is reinforced on the inside with a 150mm strap of same fabric as. 3 4 Attachment S ystem guy lines, The outer tent is anchored to the ground using 9 guy lines which are attached to 9 metal pegs.
Each guying point on both sides presents a loop made of 50mm wide webbing The length of. the webbing allows when folded double the creation of a loop of minimum 30mm long to be. stitched to the tent with a strong Z sewing on minimum 50mm long. The webbing loops are placed perpendicularly to the tent edge on the sides at 30 angle in the. corners and in the alignment of the vestibule roof shape. 9 metal rings are attached to the loops by the means of an elastic device The ropes pass into. the metal rings When tensioning the ropes are sliding in the metal rings. At the other end the ropes have a fixed knotted loop to place over the peg. The attachment points are made in such way they comply with resistance specified in chapter. 3 5 windows,The outer tent has 6 windows 5 with mo. Apply ISO 13935 1 on 5 test pieces with seams cut from the tent perpendicular to the seam at the junction of PE and canvas Warp and weft 650N minimum Elongation 15 to 25 For plain PE fabric test 5 test pieces in warp direction 5 test pieces in weft On seams the test is applied to 50mm width on the sample as described in ISO 13935 1

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